Andrew Rogoyski, vice president of cyber security at CGI, weighs in on how hard it is to trace cyber breaches and hacking.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart says the British grocer will work with suppliers as Brexit negotiations evolve.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart explains to CNBC how the Booker merger gives the U.K. grocer a "growth opportunity".
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart breaks down the key details from the retailer’s earnings release and its progress going forward.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart comments on its relationship with suppliers, the interest rate environment and the U.K. grocer's strategic plans.
Douglas Webber, professor of political science at INSEAD, gives his take on the recent sharp rise in popularity for far-left candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon in the French election.
Wolters Kluwer CFO Kevin Entricken talks about how the political situation in the U.S. has an impact on the information services company.
Ewen Cameron Watt, senior director at Blackrock, talks about Tesco's performance after the U.K. retailer published earnings, which beat forecasts when it came to full-year profit.
Manish Singh, chief investment officer at Crossbridge Capital, comments on the current state of markets, with discussion on inflation, bonds, French elections, and geopolitics.
Nicholas Melhuish, head of global equities at Amundi, explains why the firm is “quite defensively positioned” when commenting on what commodities he likes strategically.
Sebastian Lewis, content director for China at S&P Global Platts, comments on the state of the Chinese economy, and why property will be the key sector to look out for in 2017.
A CGI report is suggesting that on average, a severe cyber security breach to a FTSE 100 firm causes share prices to fall permanently by 1.8%. Andrew Rogoyski, vice president of cyber security at CGI, discusses the findings.
Wolters Kluwer CFO Kevin Entricken explains to CNBC why technology is key to what the company does going forward.
The Gartman Letter Editor and Publisher Dennis Gartman says that he’s never understood why the VIX – the CBOE Volatility Index – is only supposed to rally in a bearish move.
Petr Krpata, chief EMEA FX strategist at ING, talks about the lack of movement in the euro despite the market jitters surrounding the upcoming French election.
The Gartman Letter Editor and Publisher Dennis Gartman talks about the extension of the current bull market when it comes to corporate earnings.
The Gartman Letter Editor and Publisher Dennis Gartman comments on the relationship between banks, the Federal Reserve and the yield curve.
Medef President Pierre Gattaz gives his view on which candidate in the French presidential election is the best for business.
Byfield Consultancy Co-founder Gus Sellitto reacts to the backlash United Airlines received after a passenger was dragged off an overbooked flight with a bloodied nose, and what this means for customer service.
Tesco CFO Alan Stewart comments on the recent shock departure of its senior independent director Richard Cousins, with added comment on the pricing environment.